Child seller, child labor
Thousands of children work as unpaid domestic servants, garments workers and seller (mostly in restaurant, motor workshop and in glossary shop). Including Bangladesh in all developing countries, children are forced to work for living and survival of their family. They are vulnerable to exploitation and abuse. In every afternoon thousands of people and young couples gather in the ground of Shangshad Bahaban (Bangladesh Parliament Building) when many child sellers sale nut, water etc., and carry their mobile small shops. In Bangladesh, child labor is prohibited but happing publicly. In the picture 8 years old boy is selling nut in front of Parliament. In today?fs world such way, 246 million children are engaged in child labor in which 127.3 million are in total in the Asian and Pacific regions.